Friday, July 1, 2022

OPINION As Sydney’s lockdown continues, what support is available – and needed – for...

JobKeeper and the Coronavirus Supplement ended earlier this year. But the last few months in have shown the COVID crisis is far from over in Australia.

Microbes are becoming more resistant to drugs

Due to the fact that COVID-19 therapy is increasingly based on pharmacological treatment, we are running the risk of speeding up the evolution of drug resistance in microbes.

CityU’s advanced robotic VR system teleoperates robots for COVID-19 swab tests

A research team co-led by City University of Hong Kong (CityU) recently developed an innovative human-machine interface (HMI) that can teleoperate robots to imitate the user's actions and perform complicated tasks.

OUHK sets aside more than HKD 20 million for a one-off special relief fund

OUHK sets aside more than HKD 20 million for a one-off special relief fund to subsidize all students studying at the University in 2020/21 academic year...

Machine learning tool gives early warning of cardiac issues in COVID-19 patients

New algorithm could warn doctors in advance of cardiac arrest or blood clots in hospitalized COVID-19 patients

Do I need a vaccine if I’ve already had COVID-19?

The Centers for Disease Control announced that in most cases, vaccinated adults in the U.S. could start going without masks, even indoors...

Rice, Rutgers developing inhalable COVID-19 vaccine spray

Scientists at Rice University’s Center for Theoretical Biological Physics (CTBP) are part of a study to develop an inhalable COVID-19 vaccine.

Young adults experience lingering COVID symptoms too

A new preliminary study contradicts the perception that lingering COVID-19 symptoms mostly affect middle-aged adults...

How quickly can the Covid-19 vaccine make travel possible?

Will travel ever look the same again? Professor Colin Michael Hall and colleagues from University of Oulu and Wakayama University provide expert insight in article on The Conversation.

COVID-19: how does it affect the people preparing food?

Researchers at UdeM and Université Laval get $2.2 million to measure the impact of the pandemic on food workers in grocery stores, restaurants and bars.
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